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  • Langer leads by seven

    Germany's Bernhard Langer is seven shots clear in the Senior Open after a second-round 66 at Royal Porthcawl.

    Friday July 25 2014, 22:15 BST
    Bernhard Langer: Commanding performance on first two days
  • Horsey bolts clear in Russia

    David Horsey extended his lead to two shots after the second round of the Russian Open in Moscow.

    Friday July 25 2014, 18:11 BST
    David Horsey: Englishman rallied after two early bogeys in second round
  • Britons keeping leaders in Czech

    Britons Pamela Pretswell and Amy Boulden are in the mix after the first round of the Sberbank Golf Masters.

    Friday July 25 2014, 18:29 BST
    Amy Boulden: In contention
  • R&A to allow postal votes

    The R&A will conduct a postal ballot on whether to allow women members for the first time.

    Friday July 25 2014, 18:26 BST
    Peter Dawson said most members wanted a postal vote on the issue
  • Amateur Pendrith tails leading pair

    Home amateur Taylor Pendrith was just one shot back as Tim Petrovic and Michael Putnam lead the RBC Canadian Open.

    Friday July 25 2014, 08:23 BST
    Tim Petrovic: Joint leader of the Canadian Open
  • Nicklaus sees success for McIlroy

    Jack Nicklaus has told Rory McIlroy he can become one of golf's greatest ever players if he chooses to.

    Thursday July 24 2014, 22:10 BST
    Rory McIlroy: Tipped for greatness
  • Langer leads in Wales

    Bernhard Langer mastered tough conditions to lead the Senior Open, with hat-trick chasing Colin Montgomerie seven back.

    Thursday July 24 2014, 21:22 BST
    Bernhard Langer: Leading the way at the Senior Open
  • Horsey leads by a nose

    A first round of 65 saw David Horsey sitting one shot clear of the field after the opening day of the Russian Open.

    Friday July 25 2014, 17:53 BST
    David Horsey of England leads the way in Russia
  • Wednesday finish for Turkish Open

    Next year's Turkish Open will break with tradition and finish on a Wednesday.

    Thursday July 24 2014, 16:23 BST
    Charley Hull: Backs new developments at Turkish Open
  • Snedeker feeling Harmon effect

    American Brandt Snedeker believes a switch to renowned coach Butch Harmon has got his game back on track.

    Wednesday July 23 2014, 17:46 BST
    Brandt Snedeker: Feels his game is back on track
  • Jamieson looks to bounce back

    Scotland's Scott Jamieson is looking to bounce back from the highs and lows of his third major appearance.

    Wednesday July 23 2014, 15:27 BST
    Scott Jamieson: Missed the cut ay Hoylake
  • Class to count in Canada

    Ben Coley picks out his best bets for the Canadian Open and is prepared to chance a group of former PGA Tour winners.

    Tuesday July 22 2014, 22:38 BST
    Jhonattan Vegas: Fancied to continue his return to form
  • Stick with Nixon in Moscow

    Matthew Nixon heads David John's three selections for this weeks M2M Russian Open near Moscow.

    Monday July 21 2014, 17:16 BST
    Nixon: Can continue a good spell in Moscow
  • Knox: I'll help McIlroy win Masters

    Augusta member Jeff Knox has vowed to help newly-crowned Open champion Rory McIlroy win a green jacket.

    Tuesday July 22 2014, 20:32 BST
    Rory McIlroy: Sights set on a career grand slam
  • McIlroy: Claret Jug needs a clean

    Rory McIlroy failed to show the Claret Jug off to political leaders - as it needed a "good clean" after celebrations

    Tuesday July 22 2014, 15:13 BST
    McIlroy poses with Robinson (l) and McGuinness (r) at Stormont - but without his trophy
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